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Would hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation in response to light?

Would hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation in response to light?

Unlikely: Severe hypocalcemia may weaken muscle contraction, which could make the pupils unable to constrict. But it cannot cause a paradoxical dilation of the pupils to light. ...Read more

Pupil (Definition)

The pupil is the opening in the iris inside of the eye though which light is focused on the retinal film at the back of the eye. The iris can open and close in response to light to vary the amount inside the eye. It is what looks red, in the ...Read more


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Could hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation and a sluggish pupil response to light?

Could hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation and a sluggish pupil response to light?

Hypocalcemia: A complete list of the symptoms of hypocalcemia (h) can be found at this link: http://www.Clevelandclinicmeded.Com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/endocrinology/hypocalcemia/. Pupil dilation and and a sluggish pupil are not some of the symptoms of h. ...Read more

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Slowed pupil dilation in left eye in response to bright light exposure. How to make this normal?

Slowed pupil dilation in left eye in response to bright light exposure. How to make this normal?

Confused: The pupil becomes smaller in bright light. Dilation is when the pupil increases in size. This occurs in dim light or when you are frightened. ...Read more

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Sudden bilateral pupil dilation in normal light, pupils responded to direct light but returned to dilated size, normalised after 10mins. Cause?

Pupil dilation: Many causes of pupil dilation, including emotions - higher levels of circulating adrenaline, which occur during times of excitement or fear. drugs - from eye drops to hallucinogenics. Especially drugs that are anticholinergic light - low light, or a problem with receiving light on the retina neurologic problem - from the optic nerve to the part of the brain that regulates the eyes. ...Read more

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How long can pupil dilation last after an exam?

A few hours: Typical dilation usually lasts between 4 and 6 hours. When a chile is dilated, it may last a few hours longer. If dilation lasts more than 24 hours, you should contact your eye doctor. ...Read more

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I have uneven pupil dilation. Is this harmful or harmless?

I have uneven pupil dilation. Is this harmful or harmless?

See an eye doctor: It can be normal, especially if it has always been present. There are certain conditions that can lead to one pupil dilating more (or less) than the other. If the pupil difference is new, it should be evaluated by an eye doctor soon. The condition itself is usually harmless, but the underlying cause needs to be addressed. ...Read more

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What's pupil dilation?

Pupil dilation: When you look at your eye is the mirror, the dark circle in the center is the pupil. Dilating drops make the pupil larger and allow a more complete eye exam robe performed. Dilation takes about 15-20 minutes and lasts 3-4 hours or longer (depending on which drops are used). ...Read more

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How long does it take for pupil dilation to end?

4 hours: Usually, around 4 hours, however in eyes that are lighter in color, blue, two-toned, or green the effect of the drops can last beyond 4 hours. In small children, although rare, the effect can last up to a week or more. ...Read more

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Mydriasis (Definition)

Mydriasis is also known as Enlarged pupils. Mydriasis is the process of dilating the ...Read more